From back-of-house to center-stage, the kitchen has evolved from functionalism to sensationalism. Responding to cultural preferences and technological changes, the modern kitchen embraces an open floor plan allowing space for multiple cooks and activities and ample storage for utensils and appliances. The kitchen space is dynamic and will continue to adapt to cultural and technological changes over time, but the psychology of the kitchen will remain constant: the kitchen will always provide a place where heart, head, and stomach meet, a place where social intimacy mixes with the food preparation creating laughter, stories, and memories.
Remodeling a kitchen, considered the most important room in the home, can be challenging. From cabinetry to countertop material, from appliance placement to lighting choices, designing and building a kitchen presents a myriad of decisions. Whether you are a traditionalist or minimalist, Gilday’s architects and certified kitchen designers can design a kitchen to reflect your lifestyle and personal tastes and embody it in supreme craftsmanship. We can’t predict the aesthetics of future kitchens, but we can guarantee the craftsmanship and integrity of our design, process, and construction.